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Hacking and Talent Shows

embarrass exhibit, ashamed
escapist away from reality
primitive without quality
to let sb. down to make someone feel disappointed because you have not behaved well or not done what you said you would do
ordinary in regular service
self-confidence realistic confidence in oneĀ“s own judgment
to invigorate becoming stronger
harp musical instrument
judges a person who is there to determine the result of contests or competitions
discover to see/get knowledge of
blackmail the act of getting money from people or forcing them to do something by threatening to tell a secret of theirs or to harm them
lurk to lie and wait in a place of concealment especially for an evil purpose
security flaws a software problem to steal data
appendix supplementary material at the end of a book, document
execute to carry out
penetrate to pierce or pass into or through
malicious programm Malicious software, commonly known as malware, is any software that brings harm to a computer system
secretly conducted without the knowledge of others
hijacking to take control of or use something that does not belong to you for your own advantage
infect affect (a person, program, etc.) with a disease-causing organism
Created by: h.hubert